What are Landlord/Tenant Responsibilities:
Landlords are legally obliged to ensure that the rental unit complies with the rules and regulations pertaining to minimum standards for:
Before renting a property, it must meet:
Municipal property standards
Fire safety regulations
Local building codes.
It is the landlord’s responsibility to ensure that acceptable standards are maintained throughout the duration of the tenancy.
Landlords must: -Maintain the tenant’s home in a good state of repair and fit for habitation and at the landlord’s expense comply with health, safety, housing and maintenance standards.
-Always ensure a reasonable supply of fuel, electricity, hot and cold water and other utility services (cable, Internet) unless the tenant has agreed to obtain and pay for these services.
-Not interfere with the reasonable enjoyment of the premises by the tenant and the members of their household, or their guests.
-Not seize, without legal process, a tenant’s property for rent default or for the break of any other obligation of the tenant.
-Not harass, obstruct, coerce, threaten or interfere with the tenant.
Tenants must: -Pay the rent on time.
-Behave well, clean the rental premises, repair damage caused by a willful or negligent act of the tenant or a person whom the tenant permits on the premises.
-Not harass, obstruct, coerce, threaten or interfere with the landlord.
-Contact the landlord as soon as possible when a serious problem arises involving repairs or services.
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To Rent A Property What Documents Do Landlords Ask For?
Before they rent their properties to you, landlords may ask you to provide references and documents that show you are responsible and have enough money to pay the rent.
They may ask you for: -Basic information about where you live and work which will be filled up in Rental Application.
-Credit Score/Report that is very important for most Landlords as this shows how responsible you are to pay your monthly payments.
-A letter from your employer that states your annual income. -A bank statement that demonstrates you have enough money to pay the rent for a few months, that you haven't recently had a cheque come back as 'non-sufficient funds' (NSF) or that provides information for a credit check.
-A guarantor or co-signor (someone who agrees to pay your rent in case you cannot or in case you leave the city or country). -References (the names and contact information of people who know you and can confirm that you would be a good tenant – for example, former landlords or friends). #realestate#condo#residential#torontorealestate#torontoliving#condominium#torontocondominium#torontohomes#condoforrent
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